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Ion auger for sale only owned 2 months great condition a few chips of paint on the bit but still new and new blades on it recently. Great auger for its weight. And comes with battery and battery case. $450, 530 plus tax anywhere else, 970threeseventwoseveneightseveneight.
 

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I'm not busting his balls, he's the one who said a new one is
530 plus tax anywhere else
and that is complete horse ****.

And I am not negotiating. I would shell out $30 for one that hasn't been mysteriously fondled for 2 months and required "new blades recently" in that short, yet evidently passionate, time.
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I'm not busting his balls, he's the one who said a new one is and that is complete horse ****.

And I am not negotiating. I would shell out $30 for one that hasn't been mysteriously fondled for 2 months and required "new blades recently" in that short, yet evidently passionate, time.
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Tough cookie! :p
 

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I was just seeing if anyone wanted to buy it, no sense in everyone getting all worked up, I was selling it for 450 which is 50 bucks off and a 10 dollar battery bag, if you don't want it then don't respond.
 

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I'm not busting his balls, he's the one who said a new one is and that is complete horse ****.

And I am not negotiating. I would shell out $30 for one that hasn't been mysteriously fondled for 2 months and required "new blades recently" in that short, yet evidently passionate, time.
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And it was treated very well and only new blades cause I wanted whoever got it to have new blades.
 

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The lowest I would go is 420 and that's 60 off from full retail at amazon and still in excellent condition and nothing wrong I don't need the money just want a gas for the amount of holes me and friends drill and the thickness of some of lakes tthat we frequent over 4 ft in the winter , I forgot it comes with the extension as well
 

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Going from electric to gas... seems like most guys do just the opposite!
Man, I gotta tell ya, you're right. I've never owned an ION, but I've used a few. I can't keep my damn gas running (idling) to save my life.

ION > Gas all day, every day. And much lighter too.

I will say this though, Eskimo better get their head out of their ass, for what they're asking for those things new, you can build a badass auger with a Milwaukee Fuel drill set up, and have extra cash for beer and bait! But seriously, I have a Clam Plate with a shitty Ryobi drill, and it's good for 8-10" of local ice. With an upgraded drill, I could use it in 15"+ easily. That whole set up cost me just over $250. It's no ION, but it does the job.
 
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